Reid Quadruples and Quintuples Down on Romney Tax Return Comments

By: Friday August 3, 2012 10:56 am

I don’t have a whole lot to add to this whole Harry Reid/Mitt Romney tax returns conversation outside of Mr. Bogg’s assessment. The liberal squishes deeply concerned with Reid “playing dirty” are sadly typical, but it’s not going to change Reid’s position. He released a statement last night quadrupling down on the allegation: There is [...]

DoJ Settles – Again – With Countrywide on Fair Lending Claim

By: Wednesday December 21, 2011 12:57 pm

The Department of Justice has announced a $335 million settlement with Countrywide, the former subprime mortgage giant now subsumed into Bank of America, on claims of housing discrimination. The Justice Department on Wednesday announced the largest residential fair-lending settlement in history, saying that Bank of America had agreed to pay $335 million to settle allegations [...]

The Walter Jones-ization of Conservative Foreign Policy Thinking

By: Monday June 6, 2011 11:40 am

This profile of antiwar Republican Walter Jones in the New York Times is pretty interesting. Some foreign policy analysts now see Mr. Jones, 68, Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, and a small coterie of Tea Party stalwarts as the leading edge of a conservative movement to rein in American military power — a break [...]

Vote to Accelerate Withdrawal From Afghanistan Gets 204 Votes in the House

By: Thursday May 26, 2011 12:32 pm

Work on the National Defense Authorization bill in the House wrapped up today, and there were high points and low points. Among the lows was that House members voting against stripping the “forever war” provision from the bill, essentially a reauthorization of the AUMF, by a 234-187 margin (20 Democrats voted against that, by the [...]

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